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Selective Focus: Spring (Dare We Speak its Name?)

Christine Dean

Christine Dean, untitled

The recent spate of lovely weather, coinciding with the vernal equinox, is a trap. We know this, yes? Having seen it snow in June, and still, we live in hope. There are gardens to ready, trails to follow, newborns to raise. Spring, tantalizingly close, isn’t for the timid, the reclusive, or the misanthropic. It’s time to be an upright, active being again until Summer’s indolence overtakes us.

Next week we move into our collaboration with the “One River, Many Stories” project focusing on the St. Louis River. April 1st will feature the river’s contemplative aspects, its natural beauty, and its status as a venerated resource. April 8th will highlight its recreational possibilities. Send your unwatermarked, signature-less images by Wednesday at 11:59 p.m to tim @ perfectduluthday.com — 1000px at their largest dimension — along with title (if any), and URL of your website, Facebook page, Tumblr, Flickr stream, or Instagram.

Sharon Mollerus

Sharon Mollerus, untitled

Aaron Reichow

Aaron Reichow, untitled

Paul McIntyre

Paul McIntyre, untitled

Sarah Brokke

Sarah Brokke, untitled

Josh Horky

Josh Horky, untitled

Elizabeth Ruark

Elizabeth Ruark, untitled

Mandie Johnson

Mandie Johnson, untitled

Josh Horky

Josh Horky, untitled

Sharon Mollerus

Sharon Mollerus, untitled

Tim White

Tim White, untitled

Shawna Vine

Shawna Vine, untitled

Cheryl Reitan

Cheryl Reitan, “Disc Golf”

Brian Barber

Brian Barber, “Water Skipping”

Aaron Reichow

Aaron Reichow, untitled

4 Comments

Paul Lundgren

about 1 year ago

Spring How did we get through this post without acknowledging that March, April and May in Duluth mark the season of garbage, mud and dog shit? I guess I say that to emphasize the achievement of this week's "Selective Focus." It almost has me thinking spring isn't so bad.

Tim White

about 1 year ago

In all fairness the full title of the theme is "Spring (Dare We Speak its Name?)"

Special K

about 1 year ago

That could almost have been a "Where in Duluth?" garbage pile edition, but the "Jade" sign was too much of a giveaway.

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